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Drug Review Personnel Costs Dropping, Remain “Completely Normal,” FDA Says

Executive Summary

Decrease is part of a trend of increasing non-personnel expenses related to human drug review, which may indicate FDA cost containment, but also comes with another user fee increase.

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